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Commander Magazine Issue 18 (June 1984)



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Subject: program; commodore; software; data; disk; computer; programs; printer; print; machine language; disk drive; screen dump; word processor; function key; residents add; users group; dealer inquiries; quick brown
Year: 1984
Language: English
Collection: commander-magazine; computermagazines

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Commander. June 1984. Master Menu. EDUCATION SECTOR: Electronic Blackboard - GENERAL (Maryanne Dodd) Children can learn more than just the 3 'R's with Matchboxes, Brain Strainers, Telly Turtle, and Samson & Delilah., The Music Instructor - C-64 (Robert Parr) A unique approach to learning pitch recognition. Intonation and interval identification are included in the program., Explorations with Assembly Language - VIC-20 & C-64 (Eric Giguere) Assembly language is put to use in this month's column; A screen dump program is dissected to show you how it works., B*A*S*I*C Training: Beginner's Introduction to Commodore BASIC Programming- GENERAL (Jonathan Secaur) Lesson 4. REVIEWS AND RECREATION SECTOR: News, Views, Previews & Reviews - GENERAL (Colin Thompson) Disk drives! Colin reviews the new MSD dual disk drive., Apple Pick'n - GENERAL (Robert L. Bloomer) Racing against the clock, you must find the way through the labyrinth to your food supply. FEATURES SECTOR: Command Post - VIC-20 & C-64 (Jim Grubbs) Exchanging programs with friends around the world? Yes! Your computer and ham radio equipment can do just that., The Newsletter Editor - C-64 (Colin Thompson) This program takes some of the work out of publishing a newsletter. NED reads disk text files written on any word processor, without the program that generated the text., Modify Your 8k Cartridge to Include ROM's - VIC-20 (Thomas Henry) Step by step instructions for upgrading a VIC-20 expansion cartridge., Screen Dump 64 - VIC-20 & C-64 (Eric Giguere) After you create a picture with your computer graphics, how do you show it off? You give your friends a printed copy of your creation, of course., Functionally Yours - VIC-20 & C-64 (Ian Adam) The mysterious four keys on the right sidee of the keyboard are explained., Func*Keys - VIC-20 & C-64 (J.L. Calvin) A utility to bring those function keys to life., BASIC + ML = ? - VIC-20 & C-64 (Glen Colbert) Examples showing how BASIC and Machine Language can live and work together. HARD SECTOR DEPARTMENTS: Key Mander, User Groups, REMs to Readers, New Products, Command Board, News Releases, Letters, Advertisers Index. COVER: NOTE: COMMANDER Magazine is an independent publication, and has no formal relationship with Commodore Business Machines, Inc. other than as a paid advertiser. Submission of a manuscript by an author is considered an offer of exclusive publication rights. Opinions expressed by writers in articles and reviews are not necessarily those of COMMANDER Magazine. STAFF: Publisher- Thomas L. Rosenbaum, Editor- Dorinda (Dee) Anderson, Editorial Assistant- Eva R. Jones, Marketing & Advertising- Elizabeth K. Stean, Director, Vivian Jo Crawford, Circulation- Mary Osborn, Director, Design and Production- Scott A. Macdonald, Technical Consultants- John P. Gabbard, George R. Gaukel, Howard Rotenberg, Colin F. Thompson. PUBLISHED BY:COMMANDER is published monthly by MICRO SYSTEMS SPECIALTIES, P.O. Box 98827, Tacoma, Washington 98498.


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